Product Details
Typically Ships Within 7 - 14 Days
Restockable Yes
Warranty 1 year
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To estimate how long it will take to receive an order that contains multiple products, combine the longest Ships Within value with the transit time of the shipping method you select.

Some specialized products have long Ships Within values. Because of this, you might consider submitting a separate order for these products so your other products won't be delayed.

Ships With
(1) SC12 SC12 Cable
(1) 17648 USB Cable, Type A Male to Type B Male, 6 ft
(4) 505 Screw #6-32 x .375 Pan Phillips
(4) 6044 Grommet for #6 or 8 Screw

Common Accessories

One charger or field cable is needed per base unit or when the radio is used on a datalogger's RS-232 port. The 15966 charger is typically used at the PC where ac power is available.
One charger or field cable is needed per base unit or when the radio is used on a datalogger's RS-232 port. The 14291 power cable terminates in a barrel plug on one end and two pigtails on the other end.
The 28767 is a no-gain 1/4 wave helical antenna with an RPSMA connector designed for use with radios operating at 855 to 880 MHz. The 28767 has an omnidirectional radiation pattern and is fully weatherized for indoor and outdoor use.
The 21212 is a 10-ft roll of black self-vulcanizing tape. This cold shrink tape can help protect non-whip antenna connections in RF, cellular, or satellite networks.
This 1 ft, null modem cable has 9-pin connectors on both ends for connecting the datalogger's RS-232 port to a peripheral's RS-232 port. An interface such as the SC105 or SC932A is typically not required.
The 10873 is a serial cable that is useful for connecting the RS-232 port of the datalogger to the 9-pin RS-232 port of a computer. It is used with DTE devices, such as a PC or NL201.

Replacement Parts

This spacer is needed if screws are used to secure the cable to the device.
The SC12 is our standard cable for connecting the datalogger's 9-pin serial I/O port to most peripherals with a 9-pin port. It is supplied with many of our standard communications peripherals. Its 9-pin male connector attaches to the datalogger's CS I/O port, and the two 9-pin female connectors can attach to peripherals or interfaces.
The 17648 is a USB cable for attaching our products to a USB port on a PC. It has a type A male connector for connecting to the PC's USB port and a type B connector for connecting to the Campbell Scientific device.
These screws, along with the 6044 grommets, are commonly used together to secure our equipment to the backplates of our enclosures.
These grommets are commonly used with the 505 screws to secure our equipment to the backplates of our enclosures.


The 21107 kit includes both the RF407 (0.25 W) and the RF451 (1 W) 900 MHz spread-spectrum radios, allowing the testing of both options to determine the best radio for a site. The kit also includes a combination of antennas and mounting equipment to provide the tools needed to test and design a reliable radio network. The 21107 kit is simple to operate, and no radio experience is required to perform a radio test.

The one-week rental of the 21107 kit includes shipping costs to and from the user's location. To schedule delivery of the kit, download and submit the Radio Test Kit Usage Agreement form.
For the 21107 900 MHz Spread-Spectrum Demo Kit, the rental time period starts when Campbell Scientific ships the kit and ends when Campbell Scientific receives the kit. Each week, or a portion thereof, past the original two-week rental will be charged at the amount listed under the Ordering Info.